The Accidental Call Girl-Portia Da Costa

It’s the ultimate fantasy:
When Lizzie meets an attractive older man in the bar of a luxury hotel, he mistakes her for a high class call girl on the look-out for a wealthy client.

With a man she can’t resist…
Lizzie finds herself following him to his hotel room for an unforgettable night where she learns the pleasures of submitting to the hands of a master. But what will happen when John discovers that Lizzie is far more than she seems…?

Part 1 of the Accidental Trilogy.

I love erotic romance novels and looked forward to this book, girl duck out of a boring party into the bar, eyes meet a stunning older gentleman he thinks she is a escort she plays along, and so the story starts.

Unfortunately i feel like ive missed something, although the story was good and the sex scenes were hot and some times made me chuckle, Lizzie and John have a great banter between them. They have lots and lots of steamy sex in all sorts of places, that are well written but i didnt feel any emotion while reading.

The characters have such great potential with the whole similarity to pretty woman, but we barley get the basics of there lives and background story, i know this story is supposed to take place in a matter of days maybe pushing a week, but i just felt that i wanted more than just lots of sex. I didnt feel the chemistry between John and Lizze.

John is a very considerate lover and is very gentle when showing Lizzie something new, even though he was the dominant type, i liked that about him. Lizzie is a independent woman who knows what she wants and goes after it, but then she lets John walk away from her without a fight, whats that all about.

This review makes it sound like i didnt like the book, but i did it was a good read but i wanted more depth to it, there was so much sex and no umph behind it. You know more about the characters sexual parts than you get to know about them. This story just didnt seem to pull me into it like most erotica books do.

Maybe you get to know more about them in the next two books in the trilogy, i sure hope so. The ending in this book could have made it a stand alone, there’s no cliff hanger to give the pull to read the next book so if you didnt know it was part of a trilogy you wouldnt be looking for the next part.

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